Assembling a home-made device used to measure the air quality and level of SMOG was followed by installing the sensors and joining in the global LUFTDATEN measuring system. One device was installed in each of the schools taking part in the project. The devices were also installed in a few other places round the town of Grojec.

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The following presentations are on the following issues related to SMOG in each country: 

      What is SMOG and how serious is it in your country and local area? What are its causes? How does it affect people and the environment? What is done to prevent it? What is the policy of the government towards SMOG and related environment issues?


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The following presentations called “SMOG ALERT” presented what has been done Internationally / Nationally / Locally to solve the problem of SMOG.

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The presentations given by each country made everyone familiar with the characteristics of each school, landmarks in the region as well as general information about each participating country.

The official LOGO of the project has been chosen. 

The choice was made out of eleven LOGOS sent by students from each participating country.

SMOG ALERT CAMPAIGN – distributing leaflets to the local community. 

The students ran an informative campaign. The leaflets and posters were made by the students during workshops.

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